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Make Your Kitchen Look Luxe on a Budget

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 11:42pm Jones Grover Team

When it comes to selling a house, the kitchen is always the key to a buyer’s heart. However, because kitchens can be quite expensive when it comes to renovations, they often get left behind. Luckily, there are a few ways to make your kitchen look expensive without draining your bank account. These tips can prep you to make top dollar when selling your house. If you are considering selling your house in Ketchum, Sun Valley or Hailey, give these ideas a try or give us a call to determine which ones might be a fit for your house.

Choose a Luxurious Color Palette – Avoid bright and bold colors and try to stay somewhat monochromatic. Most luxury designers favor muted colors such as beige, gray or cream rather than stark white or intense black.

Upgrade Your Hardware – New cabinets can be quite the investment. However, just upgrading the drawer pulls and handles can make a big change in the design aesthetic and make your cabinets seem much more modern.

Paint (Or Add Glass to) Cabinets – Another trick to revamping your cabinets without spending a lot of money is through paint. Changing the tone of your cabinets or adding glass to top cabinets can give the appearance of a full remodel.

Update Light Fixtures – Updating lighting can make a big difference even when you cannot change out some of the bigger parts of your kitchen. Lighting can be upgraded without spending a lot of money and still look incredible rich. Invest in some good LED bulbs and your kitchen will look better than ever.

If you want more ideas on how to update your home without spending a fortune, give Jones, Bates & Grover a call. We can help you prepare you home for sale this spring or summer and give you an idea of what you can expect from a sale price with certain updates. We are realtors specializing in Sun Valley, Ketchum, Hailey & Bellevue and can provide years of insight into the local real estate market.

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